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The Kingdom | Jess Rothenberg
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Catching up on some reading, whilst supporting my brother doing 'Race to the Stones'

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Inkheart | Cornelia Caroline Funke
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LibrarianRyan Love this book. It's a little dry in the middle though. 6mo
Janeeny @LibrarianRyan yeah, I loved the concept but it also felt a bit rushed at the end. Although that could be because the last 25 pages in my edition were actually notes about the author and the first chapter of Inkspell, so it ended a bit sooner than I expected 6mo
LibrarianRyan @Janeeny Hummm. I cant remember. I just remember that the walking in the middle over the hills was so boring. And I was trying to convince kids to stick with it. I am looking forward to her new book. We haven't had new Funke that wast early chapter in a while. 6mo
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#bookwormbingo well that was fun, and got me thinking. Nearly got them all, but I've never been abroad, so never had a chance to buy a book from an airport. I'm such a homebody 😂 @electricreaders

The spending $50 on books was easy, I used to work in a bookshop, so that's where most my wages went on payday

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I'm 100 pages in to Jules Verne's classic and STILL have the theme from the 80s cartoon playing in my head 😆 #earworm

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Now starting my May suggestion from the Penguin reading challenge

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A song of ice and fire | George R. R. Martin
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It's payday, so treated myself

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Mehso-so

What I liked most about this book, was the very basic nature of the rituals. Most other books on practicing Paganism talk about ‘summoning your circle', for someone like me that sometimes struggles with this kind of visualisation I was quite pleased to see that the ritual preperations in this book were just two cleansing breaths; In and Out. This is something which I shall definitly be adding to my own little pot- pourri of practical Paganism.

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The Lido | Libby Page

"The florist is an old man in a dark green apron with soil under his apron and a gold chain round his neck. Whatever the weather, he sells 'sorry's and 'I love you's at a reasonable price. Wrap it up in brown paper and tie it up with a ribbon."

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Enjoying my day off, hopefully should finish this today too

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Evelyn Waugh's Oxford | Barbara Cooke, Amy Dodd
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A straightforward and insightful look into Evelyn Waughs relationship with Oxford and it's influence on his works.

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Inspired by my current read to have a sort out of
my 'sacred space'

rretzler Welcome to Litsy! 📖 7mo
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So excited to receive this today from NB magazine

RaimeyGallant Looks enticing! And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 7mo
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